Is 32-bit ARM (windows) considered dead/deprecated?

Is 32-bit ARM (windows) considered dead/deprecated?

There is absolutely no reason for MS to release ARM32 version:

  • No chip vendor is launching high end ARM32 chips
  • aarch64 is vastly superior to aarch32 while not much more expensive for licensees (if at all)
  • aarch64 is NOT backward compatible.

Why would MS want to fragment their Windows eco system more than necessary?

Is 32-bit ARM (windows) considered dead/deprecated?

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